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  1. #11
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    Here I am posting the pics again, I had to create a new account to link them.


    Pamhobeteus sp. ''chicken spider'' or maybe antinous burrow. Adult female living with a juvenile.


    This one's the juv.


    Heres mommy




    Me in my habitat---and the Pampho's


    Ctenid with a Pepsi wasp


    Marañón River (Amazonas) Habitat of Avicularia, Cyriocosmus, Pamphobeteus, Tapinauchenius, etc.


















    Avicularia sp. sling






















    Unknown Theraphosinae sp. juvenile



    Unknown Mygalomorphae sp.


    Blaberus gigantea


    Nephila sp.








    gate to paradise


    Avicularia sp.




    Argiope sp.




    Same Avicularia sp. (the only Avic sp. I've found)










    Mantid


    Avic about 6 meters high in a palm tree


    Same spider in a panoramic view


    The dawn of my Life




    Unknown Mygalomorphae sp.






    Tapinauchenius unknown sp.




    Several Offsprings living around the mother


    Cyriocosmus bertae living as an arboreal (ground was flooded)


    This is her tree (Capinurí old tree)


    C. bertae

    I have many more pics about a lot of wildlife not related to spiders maybe if
    it's ok I'll post it?

    Kind regards,
    Pato-

    (sorry for the handling pics, but it's for showing their size )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricio Cavallo View Post
    I have many more pics about a lot of wildlife not related to spiders maybe if
    it's ok I'll post it?

    Kind regards,
    Pato-

    (sorry for the handling pics, but it's for showing their size )
    Feel free to post them Pato. I'm sure they will be appreciated, as all in the wild pictures are, and will give an interesting insight into the habitat

    My Collection:

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    Holà Pato,

    thanks for reposting the photos. Really great ones - I envy you for that trip!!!

    all the best,
    Martin

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    Thank you Martin, maybe we can arrange for a future Arachne article

    Pato-

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    Holà Pato,

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricio Cavallo View Post

    Thank you Martin, maybe we can arrange for a future Arachne article
    you can read my mind!!! Would love to get an another article from you!

    Cheers,
    Martin

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